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  • Andrea Gallice

    investigates the (in)efficiency of some innovative selling mechanisms (e.g. pay-per-bid auctions), as well as the costs and benefits of conflicting information in competitive situations in which one's actions are meant to convey a message to the competitors.

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    Andrea Gallice
  • Edoardo Grillo

    studies environments in which information transmission can take place thanks to the effect that communication has on uninformed agents’ expectations and, consequently, on their future preferences

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    Edoardo Grillo
  • Manuela Naldini

    her main research areas of interest are comparative welfare state and gender inequalities; work-family reconciliation issues; care policies, parental policies and women’s employment.

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    Manuela Naldini
  • Dino Gerardi

    studies how institutions affect social and economic outcomes and how to design them in order to achieve well-defined objectives. His interests range from bargaining to voting to communication.

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    Dino Gerardi
  • Aleksey Tetenov

    studies what kinds of knowledge policy makers could gain from randomized clinical trials and how that evidence should influence their decisions. His findings apply to all fields using randomized trials, e.g., economic development, criminology or education research.

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    Aleksey Tetenov

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